M96-07 - FOY LISENBY COLLECTION

This collection contains research papers and notes compiled by Dr. Foy Lisenby of Conway, Arkansas.  Until his retirement in 1994, Dr. Lisenby was professor of history at the University of Central Arkansas.

A native of Tennessee, Lisenby received his Ph.D. degree from Vanderbilt in 1962.  He joined the faculty at Arkansas State Teachers College (now UCA) the same year.  In 1994, Lisenby published a biography of former Arkansas Governor Charles Hillman Brough (University of Arkansas Press).  Dr. Lisenby also conducted considerable research on the history of Arkansas’ image problem.

 

Box 1

File 1 –Thesis for doctoral degree in philosophy – “An Administrative History of Public Programs for Dependent Children in North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee and Kentucky, 1900-1942” by William Foy Lisenby – Vanderbilt University-Nashville, Tennessee – 1962

File 2 – Cartoons by Dr. Foy Lisenby depicting Arkansas State Teachers College, State College of Arkansas and University of Central Arkansas sports – 1964-1993

File 3- Miscellaneous Foy Lisenby Art

File 4 - Arkansas Democrat Gazette’s River Valley and Ozark Edition “History’s Cartoonist” on Foy Lisenby, February 2002

File 5 – Cartoons by Dr. Foy Lisenby depicting UCA (copied from Dr. Lisenby’s personal scrapbook – 10/17/2005)

End of Box 1

 

Box 2

File 1 - Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1895-1898

File 2 - Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1900-1902

File 3 - Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1903-1905

File 4 - Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1906-1909

File 5 - Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1910-1912

File 6 - Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1913

File 7 - Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1914

File 8 - Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1915

File 9 - Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1916

File 10- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1917

File 11- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1918

File 12- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1919

File 13- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1920

File 14- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1921

File 15- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1922

File 16- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1923

File 17- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1924

File 18- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1925

File 19- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1926

File 20- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1927

File 21- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, January – May 1928

File 22- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, June – September 1928

File 23- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, October – December 1928

File 24- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, January – March 1929

File 25- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, April – November 1929

File 26- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1931

File 27- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, January – June 1932

File 28- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, July – December 1932

File 29- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1933

File 30- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1934

File 31- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, 1935

File 32- Governor Charles H. Brough correspondence, undated

End of Box 2

 

 

 

Box 3

File 1 - Brough campaigns, 1916, 1918, 1928, 1933

File 2 - Elaine Race Riots and Brough

File 3 - Southern Sociological Congress materials

File 4 - Arkansas Advancement Association Materials

File 5 - Arkansas Corporation Commission Materials

File 6 - Dealings with H.L. Menchen

File 7 - Writings of Mr. Ralph W. Widener

File 8 - Family and personal materials on Brough

File 9 - 1917 Legislation and Brough

File 10- Prohibition and Brough

File 11- Brough’s Governorship

File 12- Brough newspaper clippings

File 13- Brough and Conway and Faulkner County

File 14- Brough as President of Central Baptist College

File 15- Charles H. Brough as Historian

File 16- Writings of Charles H. Brough

File 17- Brough speeches, 1901-1918

File 18- Brough speeches, 1919-1931

File 19- Brough on VA / DC Boundary Line Commission

File 20- Ms. Lisenby on Brough (partial)

File 21- Data on “Progressivism”

File 22- Brough biography data

File 23- Brough Book, Faculty Research Project, 1984-1985

File 24- Miscellaneous information on Brough

File 25- Lisenby’s Note Cards regarding Arkansas, it’s History, it’s Image and Governor Brough  End of Box 3

 

 

 

Box 4

File 1 - Arkansas Conference of Social Work (copies of agendas)

File 2 - Arkansas Conference on Charities and Correction

File 3 - Education in Negro Schools

File 4 - Arkansas History data

File 5 - Winthrop Rockefeller materials

File 6 - Arkansas Times, articles portraying Arkansas’ image

File 7 - Miscellaneous data about Arkansas and Arkansas’ image

File 8 - News clippings and cartoons depicting Arkansas’ image

File 9 - News clippings about Arkansas’ image, 1920-1929

File 10- News clippings about Arkansas’ image, 1930-1939

File 11- News clippings about Arkansas’ image, 1940-1949

File 12- News clippings about Arkansas’ image, 1960-1969

File 13- News clippings about Arkansas’ image, 1970-1979

File 14- More miscellaneous data about Arkansas’ image

File 15- Memorable Mugs, by Foy Lisenby

File 16- Log Cabin Democrat, newspaper artical “Unique history book features cartoons by local artists” this articles features Foy Lisenby and Jerry Poole, 2006

File 17 – Booklet – “Terse Verse II: From a Tard Bard” by Foy Lisenby, 2007

File 18- Drawings by Foy Lisenby (17 pages)

Item 1 - Scrapbook - of Newspaper Clippings, cartoons

End of Box 4

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